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Wrangell Petersburg Borough, Alaska: Land, Ranches, Farms & more

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$475,000 7.05 acres
Juneau, AK - Wrangell Petersburg Borough

7.05 acres Juneau, AK

Juneau has been the state capital of Alaska since 1906 and it is located on the Gastineau Channel along the Inside Passage. Juneau is approximately 600 air miles southeast of Anchorage and approximately 900 air miles northwest of Seattle. Juneau has a mild, maritime climate with average summer temperatures ranging from 44 to 65 F and average winter temperatures ranging from 25 to 35 F. South Lena Subdivision is approximately 15 miles north of downtown Juneau. The parcel is located on the north side of Ocean View Drive.
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$35,000 0.5 acres
Petersburg, AK - Wrangell Petersburg Borough

0.5 acres Petersburg, AK

Petersburg is located on the northwest end of Mitkof Island, where the Wrangell Narrows meet Frederick Sound. It lies midway between Juneau and Ketchikan, about 120 miles from either community. Seaduck subdivision is located about 10 miles south of Petersburg via the Mitkof Highway to the Papkes Landing Road turnoff and another 0.5 miles to where the subdivision starts. The subdivision is adjacent to the popular Papkes Landing public boat launch and dock that is the gateway to the prized king and coho salmon runs, halibut and crab fishing, hiking, paddling, and recreating in the protected waters of south Wrangell Narrows. For the more adventurous, Duncan Canal and the mighty Stikine River are within easy reach from the Wrangell Narrows w
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$32,000 0.73 acres
Meyers Chuck, AK - Wrangell Petersburg Borough

0.73 acres Meyers Chuck, AK

The community of Meyers Chuck is an unincorporated city within the City and Borough of Wrangell. Meyers Chuck Subdivision is located along Clarence Strait on the northwest tip of Cleveland Peninsula. Meyers Chuck is approximately 40 miles northwest of Ketchikan and is in the maritime climate zone with warm winters and cool summers. Summer temperatures range from 49 to 65 F; winters range from 34 to 50 F. Average annual precipitation is 82 inches, including 50 inches of snow. Meyers Chuck is a picturesque fishing community and is home to people seeking the tranquility that this remote location affords. Many residents live in the community only seasonally. Parcel 1 is located on Meyers Island.
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$29,500 0.92 acres
Meyers Chuck, AK - Wrangell Petersburg Borough

0.92 acres Meyers Chuck, AK

The community of Meyers Chuck is an unincorporated city within the City and Borough of Wrangell. Meyers Chuck Subdivision is located along Clarence Strait on the northwest tip of Cleveland Peninsula. Meyers Chuck is approximately 40 miles northwest of Ketchikan and is in the maritime climate zone with warm winters and cool summers. Summer temperatures range from 49 to 65 F; winters range from 34 to 50 F. Average annual precipitation is 82 inches, including 50 inches of snow. Meyers Chuck is a picturesque fishing community and is home to people seeking the tranquility that this remote location affords. Many residents live in the community only seasonally. Parcel 4 is an upland lot with level to moderately sloping topography with good v
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$27,000 0.5 acres
Petersburg, AK - Wrangell Petersburg Borough

0.5 acres Petersburg, AK

Petersburg is located on the northwest end of Mitkof Island, where the Wrangell Narrows meet Frederick Sound. It lies midway between Juneau and Ketchikan, about 120 miles from either community. Seaduck subdivision is located about 10 miles south of Petersburg via the Mitkof Highway to the Papkes Landing Road turnoff and another 0.5 miles to where the subdivision starts. The subdivision is adjacent to the popular Papkes Landing public boat launch and dock that is the gateway to the prized king and coho salmon runs, halibut and crab fishing, hiking, paddling, and recreating in the protected waters of south Wrangell Narrows. For the more adventurous, Duncan Canal and the mighty Stikine River are within easy reach from the Wrangell Narrows w
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$22,000 4.38 acres
Meyers Chuck, AK - Wrangell Petersburg Borough

4.38 acres Meyers Chuck, AK

The City and Borough of Wrangell is located on the northwest tip of Wrangell Island, 155 miles south of Juneau and 89 miles northwest of Ketchikan. It is near the mouth of the Stikine River, a historic trade route to the Canadian Interior. Thoms Place is located on Wrangell Island, within the City and Borough of Wrangell, and is approximately 15 to 20 miles south of the City of Wrangell. There are no scheduled flights in or out of Thoms Place and it is known as a remote recreational area. Thoms Place is in the maritime climate zone with warm winters and cool summers. Summer temperatures range from 49 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit and winters range from 34 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Record temperatures have been recorded from -10 to 92 degrees
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$21,500 5 acres
Petersburg, AK - Wrangell Petersburg Borough

5 acres Petersburg, AK

The City and Borough of Wrangell is located on the northwest tip of Wrangell Island, 155 miles south of Juneau and 89 miles northwest of Ketchikan. It is near the mouth of the Stikine River, a historic trade route to the Canadian Interior. Parcel 16 is located in the Wrangell Island West Subdivision which is south of the city between Mile 12 and 14 of the Zimovia Highway.
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